Latin boy names are often used as the perfect middle name for kids with a unique first or last name. But there’s so much more you can do than just give your child an additional middle name! Here are 101 creative and unusual uses of Latin boy names.
* The first name of your favorite author or painter
* A nickname for the child who’s always mischievous, like Peter Pan.
* The name of an exotic destination that you’re hoping to visit someday: Nile, Cairo, Buenos Aires
* It can be a great way to honor someone in your life: we have one student with ‘Anthony’ as his middle and last names because his dad is Anthony; it also works when an older sibling dies and becomes a part of family history while still remaining close to their mother through her surname (William Henry Lamb) * Latin boy names make sense if you are learning Spanish! You’ll find 101 uses for this unique naming convention too. For example if Adriano is too popular, use Antonio.
* Do you have a family from Italy? You can also make your child’s name more Italian by using it as the middle or last name: Giuseppe, Iggy
* If you are looking for something short and sweet but with an extra special meaning to those in the know try Gianni or Gioia; they both mean ‘joy’! * How about some classic Latin names that will never go out of style like Francis, Felix, Sebastian..the list goes on and on!
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Some Latin names are unusual, but others seem like they could be quite popular. You might not think that there would be many uses for a name such as Jamil or Isaak, but it turns out that these unique and beautiful sounding names can still have plenty of meaning when you give them the right use! Check out this list to see some awesome ways your son’s middle name could impact his life.
101 Unusual Uses of Latin Boy Names:
-You’ll never get lost in translation with Antonio translating into “the best”, Johan meaning “God is gracious” and Juanito which means “little John”.
-Isaak means “laughter” so try naming him after the father from Family Guy for a memorable middle name.
-Santiago is the Spanish form of “Saint James” and was one of Christopher Columbus’ namesakes. Try it if you’re looking for something unusual but also traditional.
-Jamil is Arabic, meaning “beautiful” or “handsome”. It’s becoming more popular in some countries such as India where they use an alternate spelling Jamel to avoid confusion with Jamal which means “handsome” or may refer to Israelite tribe members from the region near Jerusalem.
What are your favorite Latin boy names? Share them below! And don’t forget: this list isn’t meant to be exhaustive so please share any other great ideas you have that might not be on this list.
-Jace: is a Welsh form of Jacob.
-Leonardo: means “lion’s son” in Italian and Spanish, making it a good option for brave little ones who may be born during the winter season when lions are seen as symbols of strength and courage.
–Nemo: comes from Latin origins meaning “nobody” which can make it an interesting choice for parents looking to create their own nickname or middle name. It has some similarities with the word nemesis (someone or something that always defeats you) but Nemo also refers to explorer Jules Verne’s well known fictional character Captain NEMO who was the captain of submarine Nautilus according to his science fiction novel 20,00 Leagues Under the Sea.
-Santiago: is one of two Spanish variants for the Latin name “Saint James”.
–Vincent: comes from Latin roots meaning “to conquer” and makes a good choice for those who are born into tough circumstances or families where they have to fight every day to survive. It can also be seen as an act of love if it’s used as a middle name since Vincent was Saint Vincent de Paul (a 16th century Catholic priest) who dedicated his life primarily to helping orphans in France during poverty stricken times. He died on September 27, 1660 after working tirelessly with people impacted by famine and plague which led him to contract both illnesses himself.
-Virgil: is derived from the Latin word “virgo” which means virgin or young girl. Virgils are handsome and well-mannered gentlemen who have a way with words that make them appealing to all types of people. They’re known for their strong character, faithfulness, as well as being true friends both in love and life.
–Quintin: comes from an old Roman family name Quintus meaning “fifth” which was given to children born fifth in lineage order (father’s first son would be named “Primus”, his second child called “Secundus”). In this case it can also represent one of the five senses so parents may like this choice if they want their son to be in sync with the natural world.
–Narciso: is a Spanish masculine given name which means “narco-saint” and may have come from an ancient title for a saint who protects against evil or had divine visions of death. Narcisos are often intelligent, artistic souls who enjoy being around others and living life to its fullest! They’re also very romantic people so it’s no surprise they make such great boyfriends/spouses
–Cordell: comes from the old English word “cord” meaning rope or string that can symbolize bondage but could also mean something more metaphorical like holding on tight to your loved ones as well as keeping things together when times get tough. Cordells are often very protective and would do anything to keep their family safe –Ulixes: is the Greek form of Odysseus, one of the heroes in Homer’s epic poem The Odyssey. Ulixes might be considered an unusual name because it doesn’t happen to be a popular choice for parents but if they want their son to grow up into someone as strong and resilient as this great literary character then that should make them think twice about choosing another more conventional baby boy name! 101 Unusual Uses of Latin Boy Names was originally published on July 17, 2019 at 11:00 am under